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Grateful DeadGrateful Dead Live at Veterans Auditorium on 1969-06-27 (June 27, 1969)

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Collection: GratefulDead
Band/Artist: Grateful Dead
Date: June 27, 1969 (check for other copies)
Venue: Veterans Auditorium
Location: Santa Rosa, CA

Source: SBD > Master Reel
Lineage: MR>?>Cas>CDR
Transferred by: DFinnney and CPelz
Keywords: Soundboard; DFinney


Description

Set 1

Intro
Slewfoot
Mama Tried ->
High Time
Dupree's Diamond Blues
Me And My Uncle
Jam ->
Casey Jones
Dire Wolf
Sittin On Top Of The World ->
Big Boss Man
Dark Star ->
St. Stephen ->
The Eleven ->
Green Green Grass Of Home

Encore
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue

Notes

D1T7- Glitch at about 4:23
"From Good Ole San Francisco, the Good Ole Grateful Dead". This
is a very interesting tape, recorded as the band was moving from
the Live/Dead sound to the Workingman's Dead sound. Note the C&W
twang in Bob Weir's voice and the alternative arrangements in some
familiar songs. According to Deadlists, Jerry plays pedal steel
guitar on "Slewfoot" , on "Dire Wolf" (Weir on vocals!) and on
"Green Grass".

Digitized from a cassette which, reportedly,
was made by Dick Latvala.

Apparently, the original recording of "Slewfoot" had the levels set too high
for the first several seconds of the song. On the cassette, this portion
didn't appear to be saturated, but did have higher levels than the rest of
the tape. This portion was captured separately from the rest of the tape,
then spliced together later. This explains the distorted sound at the
beginning even though the average level is the same throughout. The rest of
the song is in pretty good shape, but the subsequent songs sound much
better.

There is some tape noise in "Dire Wolf", which is sung by Bob Weir. "Baby
Blue" has an internal cut, plus it is clipped at the end.

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